Marie Browning

"Inspiring and honoring creativity"

Blog Hop with Regina Easter April 11, 2014

Welcome to the hop! We will be hopping with the Tombow design team and guest designer Regina Easter! If you just came from Jennie’s blog you are on the right track! If not, you may want to start here.

IMG_3499I got these wonderful stamps from Indigo Blu and used them to create a colored string for  Zentangle inspired cards. It was so easy and fun to create them.

IMG_3495Choose your colors of Dual Brush Pens and color the stamp. I like to use a combination of at least three colors for the flower and two colors for the leaves for a nice variety.

IMG_3496Next, use the mister filled with water and spritz the colored stamp.

IMG_3497IMG_3498Stamp the image onto a piece of smooth watercolor paper. The Dual Brush Pen colors stay nice and brilliant! To define the strings in the flower, refer to the stamp package and use the MONO Twin Permanent Marker when the image is completely dry.

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Here is the finished card complete with tangles and a saying around the edge. As I used a heavy watercolor paper, Xtreme Adhesive was perfect to attach the finished panel to the card.

Blog Hop_Regina Easter

Look at this great prize pack! The new Xtreme Adhesive and refillRemovable Adhesive and refill. To enter to win from Tombow, comment on all the  projects and “Like” Tombow USA and the Cutting Cafe on Facebook. Next go to Regina’s blog to see her beautiful creation!

 

 

 

14 Responses to “Blog Hop with Regina Easter”

  1. Kris B Says:

    Beautiful! Wonderful water color technique, and I LOVE the Zentangle! I’ve never tried Zentangle, your’s is stunning!

  2. Jennie Says:

    Wow! That is amazing!! LOVE what you did with that image! Stunning!
    TFS! Take Care!
    Jennie

  3. Always wondered how to use misters. Great post!

  4. Debbie Fisher Says:

    What a clever idea!

  5. vasquez1502 Says:

    amazing art, i love this

  6. regina Says:

    oh my this is gorgeous…love it

  7. Amy C. Says:

    Your flower cards are beautiful! Love your coloring!

  8. Debbie C Says:

    I love this card and the watercoloring is a great technique

  9. bearsmother Says:

    great card. I took a zentangles class but never though about using it on a stamped area. thanks for the tips.

  10. Jeri Says:

    Beautiful creations. Thanks for sharing the technique for how you made them.

  11. Carla Hundley Says:

    Your cards came out so
    pretty, do enjoy seeing
    the watercolor projects.
    Carla from Utah

  12. Linsey Says:

    Wowza Marie, this is SO gorgeous!!! You have me seriously considering the duel brush pens–you do such beautiful work with them! Thank you for your amazing inspiration for this weeks hop and always!!! Hugs and happy weekend!

  13. Katie B. Says:

    Beautiful cards! I am really loving your zentangling ideas. You are so creative with stamps and always turn it into a work of art. Great job! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.


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